Bashu, The Little Stranger


Little Bashu loses his home and family in an raid and instinctively flees to a region far away from the battle fronts.
In this alien environment everything seems strange to the boy. Naï, a woman whose husband has gone on a journey, finds Bashu in her farm and gives him shelter. After Bashu tells her of his past life, Naï accepts him as a son and tries to initiate him into the ways of life in the region.



Aubervilliers Film Festival, 1990

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Price: Adult $18 | Concession $16
Screening At: Dendy Newtown
Date and Time: 2:00 PM | August 31, 2013
Original Title: باشو، غریبه کوچک
Country: Iran
Language: Persian (English Subtitles)
Year: 1986
Runtime: 120 min

Director: Bahram Beyzaï
Producer: Alireza Zarrin

Susan Taslimi, Parvis Pourhosseini & Adnan Afravian

Director - Bahram Beizai

Bahram Beyzai was born in Tehran, Iran on 26 December 1938. He was introduced to the world of art when he was still very young. In high school he wrote two historical plays which eventually became his preferred method of writing. He then entered University of Tehran, but did not finish his studie…Read More

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